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Arts & Culture

CupcakKe Comes to Midd

On Friday, Nov. 7, rapper and internet star Cupcakke performed a lively show hosted by WRMC in the Pit in Johnson Memorial Building. The 20-year-old performer from Chicago is known for her sexually-explicit and sex-positive songs such as “Deepthroat” and “Vagina” which have both gone viral on ...

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Arts & Culture

S.O.S. Fest Touches Emotions on Campus

On Friday, Sept. 15, WRMC and Middlebury College Activities Board hosted Middlebury’s annual S.O.S. (“Start of School”) Fest on the Kevin P. Mahaney ’84 Center for the Arts front lawn. The free concert featured Middlebury singer-songwriter Rubby ’18 and Chicago-based poet-rapper Noname.

The Setonian
Opinion

The Case for Makerspace

What makes an idea powerful? A good idea is not implicitly powerful; an idea is made powerful by being shared. Over the past few months, a friend and I have built a laser sensor system that tracks and updates how crowded the dining halls are, so students can make more informed decisions about how to ...

The Setonian
Opinion

The College and The Campus

Katrina Drury, the first-year responsible for last week’s opinion piece “It’s Not Fair,” shows no remorse. Like her prior writings, Drury openly attacks Black and Brown people here in The Campus, the widest read medium for college voices past and present. At best, the op-ed’s social outlook ...

The Setonian
Opinion

Equity Before Equality

This column is written by white students and for white students. Each week, we will discuss topics or themes regarding race and, more specifically, the role of whiteness in race relations. If you would like to reach out to us personally to continue these conversations, please feel free to do so. “Equity ...

The Setonian
Opinion

Racism Doesn't Exist

I’m only human, but I think it’s long past time for me to shrug off the pitiful garments of my victimhood and take a stand, and as a person with Black heritage, I believe that I am an authority in my community and can thus speak for all of us. I mean, all Black people are basically the same, and ...

The Setonian
Opinion

White Privilege in the Face of the Law

This article is not meant to be comprehensive as it neither discusses the depth and complexities of policing, prosecution and incarceration nor the intersections of identities. We encourage you to explore how trans and gender non-conforming people, queer people, people with disabilities and impoverished ...

The Setonian
Opinion

It’s Not Fair

Life’s not fair. Ever since we were little children, we’ve heard that phrase so many times, and while we never wanted to believe it, it’s true. Life isn’t fair. And it all starts at birth: we arrive into this world carrying different kinds of baggage already packed with genes that predetermine ...

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